HCAC, the Health Care Accreditation Council based in Amman, signed last week an agreement with Teeba Care which is a healthcare provider company associated with the ministry of health in Saudi Arabia. HCAC’s task is to improve the level of quality in healthcare services and patient safety through internationally accepted accreditation. By signing with Teeba Care, HCAC expands their benefits to the region. The Saudi ministry of health approached HCAC to hold training sessions for capacity building in Saudi healthcare facilities.
HCAC will hold five training workshops for the ministry of healthministry of health hospitals over a period of 15 days. HCAC’s focus on industry excellence will reinforce the Saudi strategy of improving services and quality in health care. This step comes in the aftermath of HCAC’s ISQua recognition.
ISQua is the International Society for Quality in Heath Care. HCAC received all three levels of ISQua’s official international accreditation and will bring those high standards to Teeba Care. May Abu Hamdia, the chief executive officer of HCAC, stated: “Now that we have received ISQua certification it is easier to achieve our goal of promoting quality healthcare in the region. Signing an agreement with Teeba Care is the first step.”